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Red Rooster Harlem

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  • American (Traditional), American (New), Southern & Soul
  • 310 Lenox Ave, New York NY10027 40.8081474 -73.9449096
  • (Btwn 125th & 126th St)
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  • (212) 792-9001
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User Ratings (Based on 68 reviews)

2.935
Food 2.8 Value 2.4
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 792-9001
Website:
www.redroosterharlem.com
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx Happy Hour Mon-Thu: 4pm-6pm
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-3pm+5:30pm-10:30p Fri: 11:30am-3pm+5:30pm-11:30pm Sat: 10am-3pm+5pm-11:30pm Sun: 10am-3pm+5pm-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, People Watching, Prix Fixe, Trendy, Live Entertainment, Happy Hour, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Red Rooster Harlem

    Posted by Hotel Concierge on 01/21/2011

    Doesn't Live up to The Hype

    Went to Red Rooster on 1/16/11 for brunch. The wait for a table was very long, unfortunately they don't take reservations. When we finally got a table, the waiter never offered us the standard table bread. When the food finally came, they didn't even know it was ours. After a few minutes, the waiters who had walked passed us, realized it was our food. We ordered, the chocolate waffles (which were cold and blah!) and the Nuggets and Toast. French toast was deelish but the nuggets were hard as a rock. For the price, the food didn't live up to the hype, was average and it sucks that the brunch menu is Al la Carte. The waiters weren't attentive at all; they never asked if we wanted anything else and gave us the bill before we were ready....Guess they could tell by our faces, we were DONE. Wasn’t worth the money for cold average food....in fact when we left, we headed to Applebee's because we were still starving and the food chain was actually disturbingly better. As a hotel concierge, Red Rooster was a MAJOR disappointment. On a positive note, it’s a lovely looking place with great space. Hopefully they raise their service quality and food expectations, but DROP the prices. I’d give it another go, if they did.

  • Red Rooster Harlem

    Posted by anonymous on 01/21/2011

    A Great New Addition to Harlem

    I've been to the Rooster about 4 times now already and have had a great experience every time. Getting a reservation can be a challenge but the bar area has great seats and serves tasty dishes. We've had the Lemon Chicken, Yard Bird, Helga's Meatballs, Mac n Greens (favorite) and plenty of special cocktails - the Negroni is really good Fun to see a hip, happy Harlem crowd, able to stay in the neighborhood for a change. Check it out, for being open a little over a month, the restaurant is buzzing.

  • Red Rooster Harlem

    Posted by michael hobart on 01/16/2011

    Decent food, super crowded, rushed service.

    Not living up to its promise. Food not as good as reviewed. Only dined once so maybe an off night? had several dishes including yard bird. Service overwhelmed.

  • Red Rooster Harlem

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2011

    Poor service, so un-welcoming.

    We originaly planned to have brunch at the newest super fancy restaurant Red Rooster. After being ignored for about 20 mins and getting the most arrogant answer a waiter could give a customer, we decided to leave. We went next door. It was great. Do yourself a favor and dont even try going to Red Rooster, you would be red of anger after being treated as a Rooster

  • Red Rooster Harlem

    Posted by SR on 12/19/2010

    Exceeds expectations

    You had to figure the buzz would be good and expectations would be high when Top Chef Master and Aquavit Chef Marcus Samuelsson opened a comfort food place in Harlem. Somehow, he managed to exceed them. Everything we ate is nothing short of sublime. The fried yardbird managed to be the first truly remarkable fried chicken I've had in this town, while the salmon my wife ordered with a parsnip puree made her equally happy. Starters of "nuts" (seasoned and warm with dried cherries and crispy bits of injera), soft cornbread with a tomato jam with hints of Ethiopian spice) and authentic-tasting mini yellowtail ceviche tacos and tostadas were also hits out of the park. And we can't forget the apple pie, with cheese baked into the flaky, tasty crust. Can't wait to go back. Make your reservations now -- this is going to be the hottest meal in town for some time.

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